PTSD from the Nolan's day, the Snyder's day, etc. I appreciate how we can discuss movies without being automatically labeled either as a "cultist" or a "hater". It's not always the case... But really, it was more of a joke than anything else. You're talking about the "Wayne subplot" ? If so, I agree. While I really enjoy Turturro and Serkis' acting in these scenes, my problem is, as I said above, their articulation. From the Riddler's video about the potentially corrupt Wayne family to Kenzie's revelations, Bruce/Batman is given some heavy exposition, supositions, questions and their answers from everyone around him, one after another. He kind of stops being active and that's where, for me, things become narratively very static. That segment is really the part of the film where I could feel how much the writers sweated. Absolutely !